Rumor has it that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note III will come with some clever new tricks that will set it apart from the current crop of smartphones, including the just-announced Galaxy S IV. Read: flexible OLED screen. The technology was unveiled by Samsung earlier this year in CES 2013 with working prototypes, but it’s unclear whether it will be available in mainstream devices so soon. The South Korean smartphone maker did not confirm the rumor.
While we wait to see if the next Galaxy Note will indeed feature revolutionary technology, rather than evolutionary, Samsung is wasting no time in marketing the Galaxy Note II. Not unlike past promotional videos, in which Samsung feature influential people using its product to run their day, the company has gotten hold of Rich Moore this time around, the director of Disney’s upcoming animation Wreck-It Ralph. Moore is also known for his role in directing episodes of The Simpsons and Futurama (one of my favorite sitcom).
The new video features Moore and his trusty Note II in his workplace. In the video, he showed off the Note II’s multitasking capability by simultaneously video chat while browsing his photos, and later watching cat videos, and finally, burning down his workplace. Check it out:
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